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Geoff Marshall keeps winning awards for his lights. It's easy to see why. Inspired partially by the beautiful Paper Nautilus Octopus found in Tasmanian waters, the lights are works of real beauty. Geoff was pretty pleased however, when I likened them to an alien egg casing. He's a big sci-fi fan. Originally a Queenslander, Geoff has embraced life in Tasmania with partner Tanya and their daughter Genevieve (who was a great help on the shoots).

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Sally and Herbert Staubmann have been real champions of Tasmania's plants and rehabilitation of significant parts of Tasmania for 25 years now, so I thought it was about time an article was published about them and their work. Their native plant nursery at Liffey in the Island's north is a joy to visit and dangerous to the wallet of plant lovers. Tamsin O'Neill at Green Magazine saw the value of the article and gave it

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Earlier this year I began contributing with images and writing to the fantastic publication, Green Magazine. Visiting Nina and Nigel Eberhardt at their innovative Turner's Beach home was inspiring as saving the trees onsite was their first priority. They built the house around the trees, creating a home and garden that instantly felt established and, as the article suggested, is a little like camping at home. Nina and Nigel love plants - their adorable baby

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A few months ago I had the great privilege of turning my camera to a very small and creative project in inner Hobart. "The Barn" is an 1820s stable behind the former Bulls Head Inn and has now been transformed into an innovative residence by architects Elizabeth Walsh and Alex Neilsen (worksbylizandalex). Their creativity didn't go unnoticed - they were awarded the Heritage Award and Small Project Architecture: Nicholas Murcutt Award at the 2015 Australian

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